You better get to wearing that shirt or you won't wear it out if it only has another 100 years of useful life.
I know shat you mean by "family keepsake." I have a light bulb that was in use when I was born (1925). It was in constant use in a walk in closet until the folks built a new house in 1941. I took the bulb (reason is a long sort'a sentimental story that I won't put in here) and have used it occasionally to show someone that it still works. They just don't make them like that any more.
Glad that you made additions to the cleaning leather. I just washed it because that is what an instructor said to do. I had no idea about kinds of tanning and their effect so I was just lucky with my choice of articles to clean. (Not so lucky with the dryer however.) I guess the teacher wasn't smart enough to educate us on the tanning process or he just assumed that we would only be cleaning things made in class.
Thanks again and Enjoy,
Last edited by Jim C Bradley; 07-12-2013 at 08:50 PM.
First of all you have to be smarter than the machine.